Can be used as a noun or verb.
Someone can also be a flooferhead. A person that loves to apply unnecessary ornamentation to things.
The chargers were extra floof under the plates.
Martha Stuart is the queen of flooferheads.
It can also be used as a verb to "floof" someone, but this only applies to the furry fandom in which one furry uses his/her fur (in the case of a long-haired furry, again a canine or feline) to overwhelm his/her friend with fluffy fur.
It can also be used as a cute non-malicious scolding or a cheering word.
Alternate spellings: Floofzorz, fl00f, fl00fz0rz.
v. I wanna floof you/I floofed Vincent yesterday.
In context of calling someone, "Oh you floof. ^^" or "It's to the far left you floof!".
2. Anything adorable, loveable, or darling that inspires mushy feelings in someone.
(verb form) 1. To feel and/or express the mushy feelings inspired by something adorable, loveable, or darling.
1. "The little chick's soft feathers were floofy and yellow."
2. "I saw them kissing yesterday- it was the best floof I've seen all week."
1(a). "She's so cute when she talks like that! I'm floofing all over!"
1(b). "Something really romantic happened today- I'll floof about it to you later."
What separates the top floor from the bottom floor.
Since neither, by technical definition, is the floor or the roof, the term "Floof" best describes this.
To floof a blanket or bed spread by giving it a few shakes.
To sock a flat pillow a few times to re-floof it.
To straighten the artificial branches on a Christmas tree during assembly, so that it resembles an actual tree and not a scraggly corn stalk thing.
To adjust one's breasts or genitalia when they are in uncomfortable confinement.